Owned and operated by the Shorey family since 1909, Quoddy is legendary for its hand-sewn moccasins, time-honored craftsmanship and high level of artistry. Each pair of Quoddy shoes is made to order entirely by hand—no glue, staples, plastic molding or other more advanced processes are involved. To give these old-school bluchers some standout appeal, we fashioned them in an exclusive Horween's Chromexcel leather (classic brown) and a rugged, roughed-out suede (sand), then added a rubber camp-style sole—details you'll find only at J.Crew. These definitely qualify as keepers—and to ensure that you'll wear (and own) them for a lifetime, you can always send them back to Quoddy's Perry, Maine-based workshop at any time to be specially resoled (we've seen pairs from the '70s that hardly look worse for the wear). Leather lining. USA.